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Release Date: 07/19/2021

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Today in cannabis news: State legislators in Pennsylvania plan to hold a hearing on DUI safeguards for medical cannabis patients; a former U.S. Republican congressperson breaks the trend of once anti-legalization politicians joining the cannabis industry; and 80 prominent law enforcement authorities, as well as a nominee of President Biden, petition the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a case regarding supervised drug consumption centers.

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Today in cannabis news: Advocates in Washington state launch a 2022 ballot initiative for statewide drug decriminalization; New Hampshire state legislators make the first moves toward putting cannabis legalization on the state ballot in 2022; and as a component of a defense bill, the U.S. House might vote on psychedelic and cannabis studies for military veterans and cannabis banking access.

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Today in cannabis news: The FDA and the CDC warn the public about Delta-8 THC items derived from hemp; the National Urban League supports legalizing cannabis with reserving licenses for underprivileged populations; and Drake, Meek Mill, Al Harrington, and more public figures urge President Biden to grant sweeping cannabis pardons.

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Today in cannabis news: Planned cannabis advertising limitations in the state of Montana are relaxed; mayors from throughout the U.S. urge President Joe Biden and Congress to legalize cannabis, with an emphasis on racial and social equity; and inmates with certain federal drug charges are being asked to apply for clemency by the Biden administration.

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Today in cannabis news: Measures on smokable hemp, CBD in foods, and medical cannabis in hospitals head to the California state governor's office; while regulations are being constructed, a New York state senator seeks to provide municipalities additional time to prohibit cannabis operators; and the National Hemp Association requests a $1 billion budget from the U.S. federal government to promote hemp industry growth.

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Today in cannabis news: Cannabis purchases in the state of Maine set a new high in August, surpassing $10 million for the first time; Maryland state legislators make the first move towards placing cannabis legalization on the ballot in 2022; and advocates in the state of Nebraska submit complementing medical cannabis proposals for the ballot in 2022.

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Today in cannabis news: The California state legislature is expected to vote on a bill to expand CBD and hemp-infused retail; in the state of New York, a company run by a former anti-cannabis U.S. Republican senator enters the cannabis industry; and two U.S. federal courts in Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands prepare to host a conference on cannabis legalization's impact on the tourism industry.

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Today in cannabis news: Within a newly proposed Michigan state bill, cannabis licensure could not be rejected solely on a person's “moral character” or prior cannabis convictions; U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks on progress toward federal cannabis legalization and eliminating the war on drugs; and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson claims that President Joe Biden rejects cannabis legalization because they are a member of the “Reefer Madness Generation.”

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Today in cannabis news: Sales of recreational cannabis in the state of Illinois surpass $100 million for the sixth month straight; officials from the state of Washington join cancer patients in a federal court case urging the DEA to grant accessibility to psilocybin; and a U.S. House panel directs the Pentagon to investigate racially discriminatory drug screening practices for military personnel.

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Today in cannabis news: Ohio state lawmakers prepare to present the first cannabis legalization bill in the history of the state legislature; the USDA requests White House approval to conduct a nationwide hemp survey; and a U.S. senator submits a federal bill seeking to protect those who lawfully manufacture cannabis extracts from being evicted.

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